Rethink how you prepare for a crisis. 

The average first response time to any venue is 4 minutes. The actions your staff takes during those minutes can and likely will, save lives.

Don't leave anyone guessing. Proactively communicate your plan with Playbook.

 

Customizable for anyone

Whether you're a school, church, conference center, summer camp, shopping center, hotel or concert venue, your children, parents, guests, attendees, visitors & customers expect that you have a modern-day risk management plan to keep them safe. 

Your staff, volunteers, board members & sponsors are also assuming you have a plan. And if safety is critical to your business, It won't hurt in your insurance and brand management discussions either. 

 

Playbook has exactly the information I need when working a new venue. Love the product.
— Mike mitchell, dignitary protection & special events, impd
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Step 1: Add a venue

Add location information in seconds. Populate a single building, an entire campus or a portfolio of assets, and Playbook gives you a simple & clean heads-up view of all your venues and their scheduled activities/events.

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Step 2: Add your regular business & special events

Whether it's traditional office hours, extracurricular activities, school concerts or a food pantry, regardless of the event (and what you call it), Playbook helps you stay organized as you build your safety & security plan.

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Step 3: Select from our template library

Leverage our library of best practices, add your SOP's and distribute to your stakeholders. Export it to a PDF if you'd like but know that the most current plan is always in their pocket.

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FACT: Saving time saves lives

 

Help Law Enforcement & First Responders do their job and make sure they're informed when they arrive.

 
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They simply open their Playbook for your venue.

No email or attachments to search.

Everything they need on a device they always carry.

  • Provide simple Maps of your venue and other assets they should know about 
  • Share the various points of contact who are onsite during your different events
  • Make sure they're aware of policies & procedures your staff might have implemented prior to their arrival
  • Give them an understanding of who is in the building during the time of day they're responding
  • What type of activities should they expect to encounter?